Turned in my 2011 Golf this afternoon, cheque in hand. Off to the bank and to wash my hands of this finally. Sad to see the girl go, but.. Jeep Grande Cherokee with Mercedes diesel incoming. I'll get over it quickly.
Yeah, I just got off the phone with my VW dealership, and he said pretty much the same thing. I'm going to be pretty upset if I'm without a vehicle for 3-7 business days after turn in. I guess the next step is to call my bank.
Quick question, who's the issuer of the cheque?
I have a deposit down on another vehicle which I plan to pickup the day of my turn in, private deal. I wanted to know if it's a VW cheque, or a Ricepoint cheque. The last thing I want is the bank deciding they want to put a hold on the cheque...
If no gen 1 fix, still get restitution?
So a co-worker has a 2014 Jetta, and we were talking about buyback verses fix. It's hard to tell from the details presented thus far, but he asked if he has to wait to get the restitution amount right away.. or as I read it, only after a fix has been...
What do you mean by he 'got' 20625. Do you mean he estimated it?
I'm not even sure how people are doing their calculations. The wholesale value (with nav) goes from $14925 - $16225, with penalty brings the range to $20,025 - $21,325.. yet table 2 says the top end is $23,626.
My crystal ball says that VW will be instructed to pay each owner $5k for depreciation, no fix forthcoming for older models that require more than a firmware update or already have urea. No buybacks.
But I never believe this damn ball.